I'm going to mark this for dev and PM so they can chime in.
Not sure I get what you are asking for. Only thing we gather via SNMP in 10 now is volumes, interfaces and CPU/Memory of the ESX server. We gather the rest via the API.
i only get around 150 OIDs from these few MIBs
i was hoping these others
so i could use them with UnDP.
Gotcha just open a support ticket and submit those MIB's and in the next compile in the next week or so they will be in there. So on a different topic, what other data are you interested in from VMWare? Have you checked out the virtualization product from our new product Profiler?
To anyone interested in knowing or having or working with these ESX 4 MIBs, you can find them here.
Also, we struggled getting SNMP & SNMP TRAPS working with the documentation offered. The internal tech working on this told me there was an undocumented part. I'll try to find that out and share it.
Thanks for the link. Has the Solarwinds MIB database been updated with the additional MIBs that you were after? We have just installed some ESXi 4.1 servers. When doing an SNMP walk of the servers with the latest MIB databse we do not get the 'VMWARE-OBSOLETE-MIBS' in the list of MIBs. We are hoping (maybe foolishly) that this may include MIB information on the physical hard drives in the ESXi server.
I have not seen it updated. Most of our VMware is on Dell hardware and we've successfully gotten these MIBs working for us to see drive info. See MIB-DELL...below
Here is an SNMP MIB browse from one of our VMware servers. If you have Dell hardware then you might check out their MIBs.
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